With our portfolio of second-generation Infineon AURIX™ 32-bit microcontrollers, we can deliver high-performance processing units that meet the system requirements of electric vehicle fuel-cell control units. As the FFCU is responsible for the overall process control of the fuel-cell system, it is highly important that safety and security requirements are met.
Infineon 32-bit microcontrollers for fuel-cell control unit design provide functional safety support up to ASIL-D, as well as protection against manipulation and cyber-attacks, and are ideal for automotive applications where the combination of security and safety functions are required. Infineon AURIX™ 32-bit microcontrollers can be used in combination with OPTIREG™ safety supplies, pressure, and concentration sensors, and fuel-cell supervision ICs to ensure further safety assurances. The system can be extended by Infineon's OPTIGA™ TPM and F-RAM if required.
Infineon AURIX™ 32-bit microcontrollers also allow for easy customization and fast time to market by enabling engineers to choose from a wide range of memories, peripheral sets, frequencies, temperatures, and packaging options - and all with a high degree of compatibility across multiple generations.
- AURIX™ microcontrollers can be paired with OPTIREG™ PMIC solutions to ensure fuel-cell controller safety and security requirements are met
- AURIX™ 32-bit microcontrollers allow for a wide range of memories, peripheral sets, frequencies, temperatures, and packaging options with a high degree of compatibility across generations
- Infineon's global preferred design house partner network can accompany your designs from conception to the verification phase
- Evaluation Kits are available to shorten the system development time
Televisions, audio systems, lighting and heating controls: these are just a few examples of how a remote control is used in daily life. But the individual remote controls differ greatly. PLL-based radio frequency (RF) solutions offer clear advantages in terms of time-to-market, signal quality and reliability. Unlike an infrared-based one, a RF-based remote control doesn’t require a line of sight, for a better user experience and range.
Infineon helps you design successful applications in this field with a dedicated and innovative remote control concept. Discover how to enhance your remote control designs with Infineon components.